Since she sashayed down the corridor in a schoolgirl uniform singing 'Baby One More Time', Britney Spears has become the most talked about woman in popular culture. In this fascinating unauthorized biography, the author chronicles for the first time the amazing story of how a little southern girl described by her tutor at Disney as 'the most innocent person you'd ever want to meet' grew up to become the ultimate tabloid fodder. Author Sean Smith has conducted a series of exclusive interviews to discover what happened the first time she fell in love, whether she really cheated on Justin Timberlake and what she finds irresistible about new husband Kevin Federline. He follows her spectacular fall from American dream to American nightmare and tells how, scarred by her break-up with Timberlake and humiliated by his video featuring a Britney look-alike, she hit rock bottom with her notorious 55-hour Las Vegas marriage. Yet she came back stronger than ever in 2005, winning prestigious Grammy and Ivor Novello awards for her record 'Toxic'. Speculating on what an uncertain future holds for new mother Mrs Federline, this is a thoroughly entertaining and insightful biography of one of the most misunderstood figures in pop.
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Sean Smith is a best-selling biographer. His numerous titles include Robbie: The Biography which has sold 80,000 copies so far. His titles have been sold and translated in 21 countries worldwide.
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